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Used for listed equity securities. See: Picture.

Look

1. In equities, the price at which a dealer or broker is willing to buy or sell a security. See also: Bid-ask spread.

2. See: Quote.

look

A price and size quotation for a security. For example, a floor broker may ask for a look at General Motors.
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The FQHC Look-Alike designation applies to the company's Short North and Dayton Health Centres.
Since the show became popular, her friends and her mom's friends have been telling her that she's a Eun-tak look-alike.
Pammie fans will be glad to see the look-alike make a return to Liverpool after her last public appearance at Formby Viking Festival, in 2015.
But Nathan said he had to turn down the look-alike job because he "knows nothing about football".
A judging panel made up of past look-alike winners is to select the online winner by July 2.
And to satisfy demand it offers the Type S, a look-alike with a more demure performance.
Look-alike contenders in sportsman's attire paraded across the stage during preliminary rounds before a judging panel of former winners.
USP says its analysis detected an emerging trend that look-alike drug names in computerized direct order entry systems are becoming a source of confusion' This trend "likely will continue as these systems become a standard of practice.
Using the model database [with look-alike customers], their results were outstanding and continue to be.
Koch's wife, Sylvia, submitted his photo without his knowledge to a National Enquirer look-alike contest in 1980, and he won.
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The hoods are led by Frank Costello (played with delicious malevolence by lack Nicholson), who has infiltrated a Boy Scout look-alike named Colin Sullivan (Matt Damon) into the ranks of Massachusetts' finest.